Photo Spesh: Repsol Honda MotoGP
Can anyone beat Marc Marquez in 2015? Probably not. Only six weeks until the season-opener in Qatar, and we’ll get to see these beauties under the floodlights of Losail. Note the analogue dash on Pedrosa’s bike – Marquez uses a digi, which is probably why he’s faster… Pics: Repsol... Read more
5 Reasons why the UK isn’t sh*t…
Plagued with obesity and cheating benefit scummers, run by James Blunts and fraudsters, and a distinct lack of cornering nirvana, the UK isn’t that bad after all. Here are just five reasons why…   1 – Extendabenda exhausts in Japan Ducati’s Panigale range is a thing of beauty, although... Read more
How to eat a Honda
Bank Holiday weekend, 2013. What better way to spend such a festive time than with loved ones, family and friends, racing round and round in circles polluting the beautiful Welsh countryside, eating a Honda Fireblade and visiting Bangor A&E. They say a picture paints a thousand words, but this one... Read more
Project 2015: Part Two
It’s that time of year again. That time of year when I’m bordering on morbid obesity after a Christmas of indulgence, the leathers don’t fit, exercise is futile and fucking Mini Eggs are teasing me in every shop I enter. The good news is, it’s only a few months... Read more
Want to know more about the Ducati 1299 Panigale?
  Following the overwhelmingly popular response we had with the new BMW S 1000 RR, it makes sense to get you guys involved in the next instalment of 2015: 44Teeth are off to Portimao this weekend for the world press launch of the Ducati 1299 Panigale… While Chaz and Dave, and the... Read more
44Teeth’s 2015 Predictions
The other day, someone asked us what will happen to motorcycling this year, so we gazed into the 44Teeth crystal meth ball to reveal the (possible) highlights* of 2015… January – As most of January is done now, we’ll go straight to February as there’s less to get wrong, therefore slashing... Read more
Trackday Insurance
In between delivering engaging content and sleeping, we’ve been busy trying to insure our arses, and the machinery, in order to continue with this content deliverance. It ain’t easy, this insurance malarky, but we’ve stumbled across a company offering trackday cover for the masses. After dealing with specialist underwriters,... Read more
Photo of the Week: Eddie Lawson
When men were men, when anti-wheelie was a mere thought in the minds of exceptionally clever men, when American men were good at racing GP bikes. Amen. Men. If you didn’t know, this is Eddie Lawson in 1992 giving it big licks on his infamous Cagiva C593. We’re unsure on the... Read more
2015: The Year of the Sportsbike
I feel compelled to write this. Compelled by a burning passion for sportsbikes, compelled by misguided, sometimes deluded people who have jumped on the meaty bandwagon of propaganda. And, having spent my whole life as a sportsbike fanatic, I’m trying hard not to be an opinionated twat but it’s... Read more
For Sale: The Ultimate Trackday Tool
Stuck for a last-minute Christmas present? Looking for that special gift for a loved one, or just fancy the ultimate trackday toy? Short of a winning lottery ticket or time travel capabilities, the present firmly on top of my list to Santa is a MotoGP bike. After three years... Read more
GANNET Tracker
  On the eve of Ducati’s Scrambler world press launch in the US, we’ve just received this from design kings, GANNET. Ulfert Janssen, the man behind GANNET, continually punts out some stunning design concepts and this ‘Coppertail’ is no different. If only they made production… The Scrambler and its customisation... Read more
KTM Winter Rebuild
In the summer of 2014 I was fortunate enough to be selected for a ‘Win The Beast’ competition by KTM. Four riders from four countries were given a KTM 1290 Super Duke R to rag around on for the summer. Nice. So after jumping though various task hoops and shamelessly... Read more